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My husband is in Mexico right now. He had his first appointment with immigration on November 1. They approved and he qualified for the pardon. He has to go to his second appointment with immigration on December 28. He is applying for a green card (legal resident).
We did the affidavit of support packet a while back before he went to Mexico. My grandpa signed to sponsor him. I was told that the purpose of that was to make sure that we would not be a burden on the state if he gets his green card.
Does this mean that my child and I cannot or should not get food stamps or cash aid? Will this affect my husband’s immigration process in any way? If my grandpa, who signed for him, got food stamps or cash aid, would that also affect his immigration process? Please be very specific and detailed in answering. Thank you.